Ethernet point-to-point (p2p)
High-bandwidth, low-latency direct fibre connections linking sites that are less than 28 miles apart.
A cost-effective way to connect your people who work at sites close to each other, for example in a business park or the same town.
A Short Haul Data Service (SHDS) creates a secure private network that doesn’t use the internet, and with a flat fee and no usage charges, you can keep control of your budget.
What it does
Also known as an ethernet private circuit, an SHDS connection extends your network across local sites without compromising on performance or security.
Control and flexibility
With SHDS you keep ownership and control of your IP architecture (hosting and routing data across the network).
Reconfiguring the VPN network is simple and scalable, allowing you to spread can flex your bandwidth seasonally and add sites as you grow.
Because SHDS is a dedicated optical fibre connection, there’s virtually no latency or delay, meaning you can run time-sensitive applications like Citrix, IP Voice, and video without any performance issues.
When you connect to the internet, you’ll be safe in the knowledge that you’ll have your very own, dedicated network where security is the number one factor. Point-to-point ethernet is a leading option in this market.